An update. As I type, the 10.5 has been released and are being sold. Greg Blanchard has an excellent review on YouTube.
Price? $2499, so only $100 more than a Propel 10. I must say that I am very surprised and consider this to be a very aggressive price point. It has 35 or so pound more "material" weight than a Propel 10, several added features such as horizontal rod holders and a few other nice features. I like the seat bonding to the floor, not riding on plastic shelves as with the Propel 10 and others.
At 37.5" beam width, this, and a long "wide" area owing to its blunt stern, if this vessel is very stable for standing, it should sell like very well.
I don't think I have ever seen a kayak turn as tight as this one with the after-market rudder Greg added. This will be a big deal for anglers who will be able to circle around to work water more thoroughly. Who hasn't wished to work some area that seems to be holding fish . . . but floating off and away and too lazy to make a wide sweeping turn to hit it again? So, we just move on. This one turns so tightly, if you are floating along a weed edge, fight a fish and float too far away, it'll take almost no effort to go back and work the area more.
Now? We await the Titan 12 to see how it factors in. I'd likely have stayed with just two models, like the Native Propels. Not sure how the 12 fits in, but we will all know more once we see it.
Greg's video is worth a watch. Brad